How Does Stephen Curry Top His Clutch 4-Point Play? A Game-Winner

Ben Leibowitz@BenLeboCorrespondent IIIDecember 12, 2013

USA Today

Golden State Warriors sharpshooter Stephen Curry converted a huge four-point play, as well as a game-winning jumper with 1.5 seconds left in the fourth quarter of Wednesday's game to cap an 18-point comeback win over the Dallas Mavericks, 95-93.

On the four-point play, Curry hit nothing but the bottom of the net while drawing a foul on Mavs point guard Jose Calderon, who was not happy with the call.

Draymond Green also hit a huge three-pointer to put the Warriors up, 93-92, with 49.9 seconds left, but Monta Ellis made a free throw to tie the game at 93.

After getting a screen from Andrew Bogut, Curry isolated, faked Shawn Marion into the air and calmly buried the game-winning jumper.

The Warriors floor general continues to make a case for his first ever All-Star appearance with stellar play. Needless to say, he’s cold-blooded.

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